Your Favorite Sandwiches?

Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by LizzieMaine, Sep 27, 2006.

  1. LuvMyMan

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    A great pickle like that can make all the difference to a short meal sandwich.
     
  2. dh66

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    My favorite hands down is a leftover meatloaf sandwich. Homemade on good homemade bread is tops but I'll eat leftover Swanson's on wonder bread and still like it.

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  3. LuvMyMan

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    I just was saying the same thing in the "whats for dinner" thread....not the all time favorite but super good, for sure!
     
  4. Smithy

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    How could I forget Danish smørrebrød and especially from this place in KBH:

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  5. 1mach1

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    There is room in my heart for a potted meat sandwich. Had one today for lunch. Armour brand. Yummy.

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  6. LizzieMaine

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    I dreamed last night of a Stewart Chuckwagon Sandwich. Anyone who ever bought food from a gas station in the '70s knows what I'm talking about.
     
  7. dh66

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    I've always preferred the potted meat smeared on saltine crackers myself.

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  8. dh66

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    Were those the ones with the breaded meat patty?

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  9. LizzieMaine

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    I know those, but the Chuckwagon was even better -- it was swiss cheese, cotto salami, sliced ham, boloney, and American cheese, on a poppy-seed bulkie roll. Stick that baby in the infra-red oven for forty-five seconds and peel off the cellophane, and that's some good eatin'.

    They also had a burrito that was pretty good, even though it smelled like a cheap fly-by-night carnival when you heated it up.
     
  10. 1mach1

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    Mmmmmmmm. Potted meat and saltines were a staple at my house growing up. :essen:
     
  11. dh66

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    Don't all burritos smell like that?

    The "chuckwagon" sounds like some Midwestern truck stop version of a muffaletta, which is also an especially delicious treat, if prepared properly. If not, it can be down right horrible. The best ones in the universe come from Central Grocery on Decatur Street down in the French Quarter of New Orleans.

    I guess I should also add shrimp or crawfish po-boys to my list of favorites too, since we're talking about N.O.
    Man, I'm hungry now just thinking about them.

    As to the breaded mystery meat patties , I'm pretty sure they were called "chuckwagon" patties, at least down here. They were pre-cooked, like fish sticks, and we had 'em a lot growing up.

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  12. dh66

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    Mine too.

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  14. Shangas

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    Mmmm, club sandwich...
     
  15. Indiana favorite...

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    Breaded tenderloin...pickle..mustard & onion
     
  16. Shangas

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    Oooh that looks delectable!
     
  17. 1mach1

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    Does it come with a double bypass? :D
     
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  19. Stanley Doble

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    What is a lunch time sandwich without a bowl of soup? Today I made a salami sandwich with saurkraut and mustard for lunch and Campbell's tomato soup. On a whim I hopped up the soup with a big spoonful of salsa, it was pretty good in a Tex Mex kind of way. I still haven't figured out what sandwich would go with it best.
     
  20. Pulled pork BBQ..sliced onion and slap some mayo on it..??
     

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